Arnie Malham is an award-winning CEO/founder, 8-figure entrepreneur and best-selling author who helps progressive leaders create engaging and sustainable cultures within their organizations.
With more than 20 years as a successful entrepreneur, Arnie has founded and sold multiple businesses, including his most recent sale of a prominent advertising firm producing more than $60M in annual revenue. Through employing thousands of team members across three different companies, he has implemented simple, yet effective methods to create remarkable and sustainable cultures.
Arnie is an international speaker who has spoken to more than 10,000 executives, CEOs, and entrepreneurs worldwide on the topic of culture and team member engagement, and has also been featured in leading media such as CBS and Forbes. Arnie was awarded Most Admired CEO, ranked in Nashville’s Best Places to Work, and was an Ernst and Young “Entrepreneur of the Year” finalist.
Today, Arnie is the founder and CEO of BetterBookClub where he helps companies, leaders, and individuals build a strong culture that both attracts the best people and rewards those who seek personal growth within the organization.
"If it's worth doing,
it's worth doing wrong."
Business is hard. But the challenges that make business hard are more than just obstacles - they provide the foundation for building and strengthening a culture that attracts the best people to do the best work.
Worth Doing Wrong covers executable strategies and real world tactics for creating a culture that will help you: Smash you business goals, achieve win-win relationships with your clients, generate buzz in your community, and cultivate a workplace that you and your team members will love.
Arnie often says he’s done it wrong enough to finally get it right. Read his story in Worth Doing Wrong and start creating a culture that rocks your business forward.
You’ve got your hands full with client service problems, internal communication breakdowns, floor production issues, and unexpected turnover.
When your business grows and becomes more profitable, you’ll hire better people, and then you’ll have time for “Culture.” You might even get a ping-pong table and go to casual dress on Fridays, but for now, you’re committed to the “micromanage, I’m right – you're wrong, work harder – not smarter” model that got you here.
You know one thing for sure: “Only really successful companies spend time, effort, and resources on culture.”
I’m here to tell you… you’re right! And I’m going to show you exactly what you can do about it that will absolutely be “Worth Doing Wrong”!